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    Wanting to use response compression with a thick .Net client

    We are trying to reduce the bandwidth needed for the data coming from lighstreamer to our .Net application. We have turned on compression on the server side, but when looking at the request header from the client to the server there is no "Accept-Content" section. How do we turn on compression on the client side to work with the lightstreamer server?

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    Hi,

    unfortunately the current .NET client library does not support compression.

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    Thank you for your quick response.

    Do you plan on adding compression to the .Net client in the future?

    Thanks.

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    Hi dalmy,

    It is an issue with the underlying .NET classes, which do not support decompression on the fly in streaming mode. So, compression will be automatically supported by Lightstreamer when .NET fixes this issue, as compression is automatically negotiated between the client Microsoft's lib and the server.

 

 

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